What does net zero actually mean? Achieving "net zero" means equalling the difference between the amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions produced by human activity and the amount removed from the atmosphere. GHGs in Canada include carbon dioxide (80%) and methane (14%), among others. Net-zero emissions is similar to carbon neutrality, which is often
Renewable natural gas (RNG) can be captured to avoid greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions when organic matter decomposes, such as garbage at landfills. It can be used to generate electricity or heat homes and businesses in the same way that natural gas is used now. What is renewable natural gas (RNG)?
Our planet is changing everyday. We are now seeing some of the impacts of climate change like floods, wildfires and drought. So how do we fight climate change? One solution is clean technology. Watch Video